Overuse injury nearly took pitcher Eric Olveira out of the game, but Children's sports medicine clinic helped him come back.
You'd never guess Dylan has four open-heart surgeries under his belt. Dr. Gregg Helton checks Dylan's surgically repaired heart.
Children's Stories features articles that have appeared in the publications produced by Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland — HandPrints, our quarterly magazine; PEDSnews, our monthly Medical Staff newsletter and Inside Children's, our weekly staff newsletter.
>>Children’s Hospital Oakland is the first pediatric medical center on the West Coast to have and use the portable CereTom CT scanner. Eliminates need to move patients out of the intensive care unit or operating room to get a CT scan. [11-07]
>>Pediatric Rehabilitation clinicians helped teenager Maria Granados relearn how to walk, talk and swallow after a brain tumor left her physically impaired.
>>To help Isaac Coutté survive sickle cell disease, his parents gave up their life in Panama to come to Children's Hospital in Oakland.
>>Sleep lab finds sleep problems and offers solutions to kids.
>>The dynamic warm-up helps young athletes excel and stay healthy.
>>New CT scanner is faster and that is better.
>> A Children's patient asks Congress not to cut children's hospital funding for graduate medical education.
>>Comeback Kid: Overuse injury nearly took pitcher Eric Olveira out of the game, but Children's clinicians helped him come back
>>Children's Hospital adds bottles and cans to recycling efforts.
>>Children's helps new drug for kids with genetic disease get FDA approval.
>>Sports medicine clinic moves to its own building next to the Outpatient Center.
>>When Sadie's heart first stopped, so did her active and independent life.
>>Volunteers at Children's are priceless.
>> Parent's dedication to sons recognized with Parent of the Year award.
>>New U.S. dietary guidelines can help keep kids healthy.
>> Four surgeries fixed Dylan's malformed heart.
>>Children's scientists discover how cocoa extract can help with diarrhea.
>>New tech tools coming to Children's: Safer medication delivery and faster access to x-rays and MRIs.